West's Business Law Interactive Primer on Wills, Estates, and Trusts is your 24 x 7 personal coach for business law review. Whether you are a verbal, active, or visual learner, the exclusive WestReview e-Learning System accommodates your learning style. Read a chapter or quickly find a topic from the best-selling West's Business Law, 8th edition's chapter on Wills, Estates, and Trusts. A detailed outline, court cases, and key terms are just a click away. Take a self-test, work through tutorials, or tackle court case problems. No business law review offers more practice questions and problems on this topic. As the old adage states, "You can't take it with you." This primer covers some of the laws governing the succession of property. Wills and trusts are two basic devices used in the process of estate planning--planning in advance how one's property and obligations should be transferred on death. In this primer, we examine wills and trusts in detail. For many people, a major estate-planning consideration is the possibility of becoming incapacitated, through accident or illness, at some future time or of needing long-term health care. The final section of this primer looks at a relatively new legal specialty, elder law, which addresses these and other needs of older persons.